"There is no new legal ground being broken here."
The morgues were so full that corpses, some with missing limbs or other disfigurement, were stacked on the ground outside.
A German woman was kidnapped on Saturday afternoon in western Kabul. A reporter saw one yellow taxi was staying on the spot with its back glass broken by bullets, and the ground was tainted with blood.
"My view is that no American should be concerned."
"There is just a lot of fear out there."
"We opposed it because this is all about adding additional cost to the pork chain and beef chain in this country with no benefits."
"I love hot dogs and hamburgers ..." Romney begins to answer and then flips a pork chop right off the grill and onto the pea gravel that covers the ground beneath.
Romney picks up the pork chop and puts it back on the grill. And the press corps very loudly goes, "Oooooooo!"
Romney recovers immediately and removes the offending pork chop from the grill and the food chain.
Library directors remember the talk, not long ago, of technology rendering libraries obsolete. But statistics show that the opposite has occurred. "People are going out with armloads of books," library director Maureen Strapko said. "Reading's not out of fashion by any means."
Victoria Beckham has some fashion ideas for you.
HarperCollins announced today that the Spice Girl and wife of soccer star David Beckham will have a book out in November, That Extra Half an Inch: Hair, Heels and Everything in Between.
"Contrary to what some people believe you cannot see if somebody needs a haircut from space."
"The son of a mill worker [can] pay $400 for a haircut. ... People around the world look at us and say, 'That’s what we want.'"
"The most important thing as you get older is to wear a hairstyle that's not blown into place but moves."
"Its fundamental insight is true and deeply important."
It's a fair bet that of the 85,497 people who were at the MCG to watch Geelong beat Collingwood last month, John Brumby was the only one who spent some of the afternoon thinking about olive trees.
"It is the de facto training ground. It's an area of concern."
In an "open letter" to the Allen campaign, Collins' chief of staff Steve Abbott complained about "this intrusive process" and said it had "no place in Maine politics."
Collins subsequently suggested that one area of concern was the privacy of constituents who might want to talk to her in casual encounters.
Democrats shrugged off the Republican complaints, saying it was standard practice to monitor opponents and denying that the parade filming had been intrusive. Democratic Party spokeswoman Carol Andrews also said both sides do the same thing.
Think of what chaos the Romans could have created with texting and blogging technologies.
The last two centuries have also revealed the dark underside of technological advance. And as Albert Einstein once said, we can’t solve today’s problems with the kind of thinking that created them.
"We have been slow to recognize that we have to go beyond tactics and recognize there's a war of ideas. I believe there's only one side that has stepped up to the battlefield, and it's not us."
Take a hard look at your safe haven.
"This is not going to be anything unusual," Allen says. "It's going to be simply an expansion of current activities and a more formalized way of doing some of the things that have been done ad hoc."
Instead of planning and strategy on a national, regional, and global level, we surge troops to Baghdad and Anbar, shortchange other places like Diyala; then send troops to Diyala when that province blows up; throw up a wall here, a temporary base there; allow combatant commanders to cut deals with Sunni sheikhs here, Shia leaders there. This is the definition of ad hoc, of tactical and operational free-styling, not strategy.
Social networking site Facebook has introduced a feature that gives advertisers the option not to appear on specified pages.
"We are essentially the same people, same high-voltage flashes of emotions, same generosity but one thing separates us: democracy."
The program is based on the theory that when people try to conceal their emotions, they reveal their feelings in flashes or "micro-expressions."
When law enforcement and television entertainment have commingled so completely and so lethally, perhaps there is really only one question left that matters at all.
Does Rudolph W. Giuliani’s lack of planning hurt him, like when he was perceived to have bungled a question on abortion, or is his spontaneity his greatest asset?
If ethnic diversity, at least in the short run, is a liability for social connectedness, a parallel line of emerging research suggests it can be a big asset when it comes to driving productivity and innovation.
By hanging out with people different than you, you're likely to get more insights.
Releasing the Canadian findings in the middle of summer, when many are on holiday, virtually guarantees that the matter will be forgotten and swept under the rug.
What sorts of technical glitches are being swept under the rug or, worse, what cool game-play elements are being ditched in favor of hitting the holiday launch window?
Legendary Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto is generally credited with saying, "A delayed game is eventually good. A bad game is bad forever."